19th Senior Women’s National Football Championship 2010-11

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  • rudrarudra 2954 Points
    Even in 2nd div I league, Royal Wahingdoh facebook claims that some of the scorers mentioned in AIFF website is wrong and they have video evidence also... <!-- s:shock: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_eek.gif" alt=":shock:" title="Shocked" /><!-- s:shock: -->
    What the hell is wrong with the aiff site. I think that the man who maintains the site is not at fault but he is provided with incorrect information.

    Also shamefully, the highest scorer in Dallas cup, Muana, was misspelt as Mohanna!!! <!-- s:evil: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_evil.gif" alt=":evil:" title="Evil or Very Mad" /><!-- s:evil: -->
  • mcruicmcruic 0 Points
    I've compiled a state ranking (men's and women's) based on results since 2000. Teams are given points taking into consideration the strengths of the teams they play and the results. So, for example, for women, a 0-1 defeat to Manipur is worth more than a 1-0 win over Rajasthan (a team who loses only 1-0 to Manipur would be considered a stronger team than the team who only managed to beat Rajasthan 1-0)

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  • archakarchak 2081 Points
    Even in 2nd div I league, Royal Wahingdoh facebook claims that some of the scorers mentioned in AIFF website is wrong and they have video evidence also... <!-- s:shock: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_eek.gif" alt=":shock:" title="Shocked" /><!-- s:shock: -->
    What the hell is wrong with the aiff site. I think that the man who maintains the site is not at fault but he is provided with incorrect information.

    Also shamefully, the highest scorer in Dallas cup, Muana, was misspelt as Mohanna!!! <!-- s:evil: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_evil.gif" alt=":evil:" title="Evil or Very Mad" /><!-- s:evil: -->
    I know that if we could join AIFF the site would be better maintained
  • mcruicmcruic 0 Points
    दूसरे मैच में जयंती स्टेडियम में यूपी ने कर्नाटक को 3-2 से हराया. 6 कोमल कन्नौजिया ने 59 वें मिनट में गोल दागा
    कर्नाटक की ओर से जर्सी नं.पूजा भट्ट ने 11 वें मिनट में और जर्सी नं. 14 हेमलता ने 28 वें मिनट में गोल किया

    Found this small report from the Uttar Pradesh v Karnataka match on 27th April. I had it as a 3-2 win for UP, AIFF has it as a 3-2 win for Karnataka (which is not a small thing - it would mean Karnataka go to the quarter-finals and not Assam from Cluster II).

    Can someone please confirm the actual result from this report in Hindi?
  • archakarchak 2081 Points
    I donot trust the AIFF site any more so its better to recheck the result from somewhere else
  • namewtheldnamewtheld Kolkata5557 Points
    @mcruic
    Its UP 3-2 Karnataka
    So AIFF caught napping agn
  • archakarchak 2081 Points
    @mcruic
    Its UP 3-2 Karnataka
    So AIFF caught napping agn
    cant the aiff enter the results of a single day correctly?
  • mcruicmcruic 0 Points
    Just 2 matches left in the preliminary clusters. 7 teams have already booked their quarter-final group places.

    The 7 qualifiers so far: Manipur, Assam, Jharkhand, Goa, Orissa, West Bengal, Kerala.

    Today, hosts Chhattisgarh take on Haryana to decide the 8th quarter-finalist. Chhattisgarh must win, while a draw would be enough for Haryana. Both teams already played Arunachal Pradesh, but Haryana managed a 6-0 win compared to Chhattisgarh's 5-0 victory.

    The other match between Maharashtra and Rajasthan is for pride only, as Kerala have already won that group.

    Judging by current and historical form, the 4 semi-finalists should be Manipur, Goa, Orissa and West Bengal.

    Tables and results:
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  • archakarchak 2081 Points
    Just 2 matches left in the preliminary clusters. 7 teams have already booked their quarter-final group places.

    The 7 qualifiers so far: Manipur, Assam, Jharkhand, Goa, Orissa, West Bengal, Kerala.

    Today, hosts Chhattisgarh take on Haryana to decide the 8th quarter-finalist. Chhattisgarh must win, while a draw would be enough for Haryana. Both teams already played Arunachal Pradesh, but Haryana managed a 6-0 win compared to Chhattisgarh's 5-0 victory.

    The other match between Maharashtra and Rajasthan is for pride only, as Kerala have already won that group.

    Judging by current and historical form, the 4 semi-finalists should be Manipur, Goa, Orissa and West Bengal.

    Tables and results:
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    I would like to see orissa test their mettle against some bigger teams
  • mcruicmcruic 0 Points
    I've not been able to find the final 2 group results (Chhattisgarh v Haryana and Maharashtra v Rajasthan), but Haryana qualified for the quarter-finals in any case, so Chhattisgarh v Haryana was either a draw or a win for Haryana.

    The quarter-final groups:

    GROUP 1
    Manipur
    Goa
    Assam
    Jharkhand

    GROUP 2
    Odisha (I've started using their official name)
    West Bengal
    Kerala
    Haryana

    1st matches in Group 2 played already (8th May):
    Manipur 8-0 Assam, Goa 2-0 Jharkhand

    Today (9th May) - Odisha v West Bengal and Kerala v Haryana
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